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Full Tilt Drop Kick Ski Boots

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Full Tilt Boot Size Chart

From Olympic Podiums to terrain parks the world over, the Full Tilt Dropkick is THE preeminent freestyle ski boot. Bumps, jumps, rails – whatever your flavor, the Dropkick is up to task. Utilizing a Flex 6 Tongue and the engaging FTO Shell, the Dropkick is the lightest freestyle boot on the market. Snag one of two color ways – Olympic Green or the ever-stylish Black – and get after it.

  • Forward Lean - Tool-less forward angle adjustment. 4mm or 8mm
  • Infinite Pivot - Unlike traditional designs, the rear cuff never bottoms out. It pivots infinitely forward with your calf for less shell distortion, no shin pain and more control.
  • Lateral Adjustment - Easy, precise lateral angle adjustment. Original & Soul shell: 12mm Influence Shell: 3mm
  • 99 Last - The original width shell that your feet love
  • Ribbed Tongue - 100% ribbed tongue enables smoother, more natural linear flex from your shin to your toe. The tongue bends like a flexible straw, never bottoming out while providing smooth rebound. No more shin bang!
  • Adjustable Flex - The boots flex is rated on a simple scale of 1-10 (10=stiffest). Change a boots flex by simply switching the tongue. (Competitors boots require permanent cutting).
  • Wide Track Buckle - Durable aluminum levers with a minimalistic lightweight design. This adjustment mechanism is engineered to increase precision and durability while maintaining on-the-fly, single-handed micro adjustment.
  • Shock Absorber Boot Board - Soft rubber layer in the sole of the shell absorbs vibrations, impact and shock for a smooth ride.
  • Intuition - All adult boot liners are built using authentic Intuition® closed cell foam. It is body heat activated to mold 100% to your feet and shells during use, or can be instantly heat molded by a shop in minutes for a light, warm and super comfortable fit.
  • J-Bar - An additional J-shaped piece of foam is inserted internally on both sides of the ankle area to dramatically increase ankle hold down, to keep your feet perfectly in place for precise control.